H-Frame Quad Copter
by yimmy, published
This design uses Home Depot towel bar. The towel bar is 15.5mm square. This frame is designed for two 18in bars and one 30 inch bar. You only need to cut the 30in bar in half. It is used for the center bars. The 18in bars are used for the motor mounts. The top plates get secured to the bottom plates with a 3mm or 4mm bolt. The nut goes on the bottom.
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I like it! I could probably only print that on my printer if I printed it at a 45 degree angle on the HBP.
I'm curious to find out how the battery strap locations hold up. If those break you have to rip apart your quad to replace it.
I've started adding a bunch of FPV gear to my quad so I switched things up to lighten the frame. I'm now running my own version of a TBS clone using Delrin for the plates that I had laser cut. It's been good as a few times I've dropped flat out of the sky from 15 feet up without any issues. With the TBS clone frame everything is safely packaged inside.
Hey Yimmy, I spent a few moments yesterday teaching seeing if I could remix center plate designs somewhat... take a look let me know. It's now 160mm long, same 70mm width, and the battery strap attachments come from the top platform http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...
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